Happy (belated) Thanksgiving! I’m thankful for a lot of things-but right now warm fires, Utah canyons, and roommates that are always up for an adventure and calm my anxiety about possibly running out of gas in the middle of the desert are pretty high on the list. Off to Canyonlands and back to not having cell service. ✌🏼
@marcodinozzo adventure through the American Canyons! Read his story in United States
Find the link in @travel.to.usa Bio or www.traveltousa.net/blog
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We are thankful to be able to enjoy views like this. Happy Thanksgiving!
The Sabinoso Wilderness is a remote area in the northeastern portion of New Mexico. The Wilderness includes a series of high, narrow mesas surrounded by cliff-lined canyons. The rugged country primarily supports piñon pine and juniper woodlands with occasional clusters of ponderosa pine. A perennial warm season grass savanna is found on the mesa tops. Streams periodically flow in the canyon bottoms supporting riparian vegetation including willow and cottonwood. The deep canyon area, surrounded by the wide-open New Mexico plains, is unique for this region. The deep incisions cut by Cañon Olguin, Cañon Largo, and Lagartija Creek create a striking topographical and geological contrast in this otherwise flat terrain.
Photo by Sherman Hogue, BLM New Mexico.